The Hostel-Inn Iguazu Falls Reviews
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The staff from Hostel Iguazu were very friendly and help us very quickly when my daughter had to go to hospital because she was pregnant and they help to get a doctor. Im very gratefully.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 41+
- (1 review)
Great place to stay! The staff are helpful, the common space is large and stocked with games, our room was clean, and it´s a great atmosphere. It´s very easy to get to both the Argentina and Brazil falls, but it is a little out of the center of town -- it´s not as convenient if you´re looking to get to know the actual town of Puerto Iguazu. Thanks to Leo and the rest of the staff at Hostel Inn!
Excellent service from the staff who accommodated all of our needs. We had a private room/bath. The only drawback were the thin mattresses which needed to be replaced. Keep up the good work.
Really good hostel though a little out of town, but easy to get a cheap 5min bus. Excellent faculties, the swimming pool being the obvious one, but good kitchen for DIY meals, cooked meals offered each night for a low price, private rooms were perfect with clean bathroom, with a huge communal area and really good tour/excursion desk to book through. A little high priced compared to others but well worth it.
Facility is somewhat old. I want you to show more concerrn on the facilities however I've not gone through the security accident, it is potential thing in Hostel-Inn Iguazu Falls.
- Novice Nomad
- South Korea
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Overall this was a great place to stay with a fantastic Swimming pool. The location is a bit random and you need to get buses or taxis to go anywhere! Staff were great but the atmosphere was poor - nothing going on at all. We also had no door handle for the whole of our stay. At best this is a great place to stay if you are only stopping over for a day or 2!
The place was nice and clean. We paid for a double room and the room had one double and one single bed, I don't think they even count them. The food from the kitchen is pretty good and the wifi is terrible any time there is more than 5 people using it (always). It is about a 50 peso cab ride to the town, or a 4 peso bus, which only the ones every 30 mind, I found. Overall it was decent.
Big Hostel with many visitors but absolute low kitchen equipment. Nothing available to make a salat,. no plates to eat soup! the own hostel kitchen does not give any plates to the self cookers. low equiped rooms (dorm) - not any hook to hang on wet clothes. (Visit of Iquazu falls is a wet event in any case, so you need some devices to accelerate drying). badrooms are dirty and not cleaned up every day.
Overall our stay was very good and what can be expected from a decent hostel. Some brief comments: - we had wifi in our private room - staff were very helpful and friendly - the room was clean but did have a smell of smoke - the food we ordered from the kitchen wasn't that great but breakfast was good - the hostel is a few kilometers out of town but you can get a bus or a taxi if need be, you need to travel either way to the falls which is the main point of the visit